It’s time for a super-sized royal jewelry roundup, with all the sparkle from the last two weeks!
On Friday, November 19, the Monegasque princely family gathered for the annual National Day celebrations in Monaco. For the daytime celebrations, Princess Caroline wore diamond and black pearl earrings.
Princess Stephanie of Monaco wore a selection of sparkling stud earrings for the Monegasque National Day commemorations.
Tatiana Casiraghi chose hoop earrings and petite gold studs for National Day.
Beatrice Casiraghi opted for a pair of dark pendant earrings studded with gemstones for the daytime events.
Charlotte Casiraghi Rassam paired major statement earrings with her bold Chanel ensemble as she arrived at Monaco’s cathedral for the National Day mass.
Princess Alexandra of Hanover chose stud earrings with starburst details for the National Day celebrations.
Textured gold hoops, plus an earring with a green pendant, accompanied Pauline Ducruet to the National Day celebrations.
For the National Day gala on the evening of November 19, Princess Caroline wore the Art Deco sapphires that belonged to her royal grandmother, Princess Charlotte.
Tatiana Casiraghi wore sparkling earrings and a necklace featuring several different kinds of beads and small charms for the National Day gala.
On Monday, November 22, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands wore a bold pair of earrings with a green floral stud and a large yellow pendant for meetings related to financial and digital inclusion at Huis ten Bosch in The Hague.
Statement earrings were Queen Maxima’s choice for a working visit to Lab6, which specializes in the mental health of young people, in Amsterdam on Wednesday, November 24.
And on Tuesday, November 30, Queen Maxima wore her ruby and pearl tassel earrings with gold bracelets and her ruby and diamond ring for the opening of the new wing of the Telyers Museum in Haarlem.
On Saturday, November 20, Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands wore pearls for the celebration of the 40th anniversary of Stichting Werkgroep Herkenning, a volunteer organization that offers help to family members of people who stood on the side of the occupying forces in the Netherlands during the years 1940-45.
Princess Beatrix wore a modern gold necklace with matching earrings and a lovely golden leaf brooch on Wednesday, November 24 for the presentation of the Jantje Beton Prize.
On Tuesday, November 30, Queen Letizia of Spain wore gold hoop earrings for the official reception at the Royal Palace in Madrid honoring the tennis player Garbiñe Muguruza after her victory at AKRON WTA Finals 2021.
Queen Sofia of Spain wore a gold, pearl, and gemstone necklace, a modern gold and diamond brooch, and gold earrings for the 40th anniversary commemorations of the Victims of Terrorism Association at the Reina Sofia Museum on Tuesday, November 30.
On Sunday, November 28, Infanta Elena of Spain wore layered necklaces and bracelets and a gold brooch to receive the Madrid Horse Week 2021 Award at Ifema in Madrid.
For the official welcome ceremony during the Spanish state visit to Sweden on Wednesday, November 24, Queen Letizia of Spain wore diamond and citrine earrings.
Queen Silvia of Sweden wore ruby, diamond, and pearl jewels, with an elaborate, bejeweled butterfly brooch, for the official welcome ceremony in Stockholm during the Spanish state visit on Wednesday, November 24.
Later in the day on Wednesday, Queen Silvia removed her jacket, showing that she wore the Leuchtenberg Pearl and Ruby Brooch with Princess Sibylla’s Pearls for the afternoon schedule of the state visit program.
For the gala dinner during the Spanish state visit to Sweden on Wednesday, November 24, Queen Letizia wore Queen Ena’s Fleur-de-Lis Tiara with Queen Ena’s Diamond Earrings and Diamond Bracelets, plus her own diamond fleur-de-lis brooch. Queen Silvia wore the tiara, brooch, and bracelet from the Cameo Parure with additional pearl pieces.
For the gala dinner on Wednesday, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden wore the Swedish Aquamarine Kokoshnik with a diamond necklace, diamond earrings, and the Swedish Diamond Lozenge Brooch.
Princess Sofia wore pearl and diamond jewels for the gala dinner on Wednesday in Stockholm, including the pearl setting of her Palmette Tiara.
For a visit to the Bernadotte Library with Queen Letizia on Thursday, November 25, Queen Silvia wore a lovely floral brooch and matching earrings.
Queen Letizia wore her Yanes floral stud earrings for the Bernadotte Library visit on Thursday.
At the end of the state visit on the evening of Thursday, November 25, the Spanish royals hosted a reception for their Swedish hosts at the Spanish embassy in Stockholm. Queen Letizia wore her black diamond earrings from De Grisogono, while Queen Silvia wore pearl and gold jewels.
On Tuesday, November 30, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden joined her father, King Carl XVI Gustaf, as he received newly elected Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson and ministers of Sweden’s new government. Victoria wore a pair of tassel earrings for the occasion.
On Tuesday, November 23, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom wore the Pearl Triangle Brooch to receive the Governor of the Bank of England at Windsor Castle.
Queen Elizabeth II wore Queen Victoria’s Pearl and Diamond Brooch on Thursday, November 25, for virtual audiences with ambassadors at Buckingham Palace.
On Friday, November 19, at the end of the official royal visit to Egypt, the Duchess of Cornwall wore her favorite pearl drop earrings and layered bracelets at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina.
Camilla wore the same earrings on Saturday, November 20, to watch the races at Ascot Racecourse.
On Wednesday, November 24, Camilla wore her modern emerald suite with her gem-encrusted badge of The Rifles for the regiment’s awards dinner at the Guildhall in London.
Camilla chose her favorite diamond and pearl drop earrings again on Thursday, December 2, for a visit to Wiltshire, where she attended a rededication service on the 100th anniversary of the Seend War Memorial in Melksham.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore golden hoops on Wednesday, November 24, for a visit to Nower Hill High School in Harrow.
On Thursday, December 2, Kate made many of us envious by visiting the new Fabergé exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. I was hoping she’d borrow a Fabergé piece from the royal vaults for the occasion, but she wore her gold chain hoop earrings instead.
On Thursday, November 25, the Princess Royal wore pearls, sapphire and diamond earrings, and Empress Marie Feodorovna’s Sapphire Brooch at the TeamGB Ball, which celebrated British success at the recent Olympics in Tokyo and looked forward to the upcoming games in Beijing. I believe this is the first time we’ve seen Anne borrow this brooch from her mother.
On Wednesday, November 24, the Countess of Wessex wore multicolored earrings with her diamond rose brooch and the badge of The Rifles for the regiment’s awards dinner in London.
The Duchess of Gloucester also attended The Rifles awards dinner, wearing a pearl necklace with sapphire, diamond, and pearl earrings, diamond dress clips, a gold bracelet, and the badge of The Rifles.
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